I use Copernic as a search engine. It is a compilation of many search engines. They have a category called "Buy Software" and "Buy Hardware".
Generally, if you type in an item under a general web search, they will also direct you to links for prices for that item.
This site rocks: http://www.consumerworld.org/pages/shopping.htm Compilation of many different price orientated search engines. I especially love the books search engines that search numerous stores, with your shipped to price.
Nah, forget searching. Just go to Half.com I usually find pretty good deals for dvd's and books. And if you use thier pre-order option, you get it at the price you want. You jsut put the price you're willing to pay and if seller wants to seel it to you at that price, it becomes an instant purchase. The draw back is, you never know when it'll happen. But so far, i've been very satisfied....
**a deal a day keeps money from going astray**
Last edited by RgrRbbt; 05-17-2003 at 01:16 AM.
Sheesh, you'd think that with the stores you mentioned available to every student, that campus bookstores would get a clue and drop their pricesOriginally posted by RgrRbbt
I like MySimon.com for general stuff, Campusi.com for books, CNet's Shopper.com for electronics.
BTW, I seriously saved $200 on CS textbooks by buying from Amazon used books and Half.com. I really hate how the bookstore on campus here jacks up all their prices cause we're a captive audience.
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